1. I feel stupid when I'm working. Back when I worked at Mcdonald's and had to deal with cash, it saddened me at times that I couldn't do mental math when customers gave me more loose coins than what I initially punched in the system. By then it was already too late to return to the previous screen so I would ponder how much change I need to give back. This is coming from someone who enjoyed math class very much in high school *sigh*
2. I was the shiest child ever. I never said hi to any of my relatives, so never mind everyone else. You could threaten to kill me and I wouldn't make a sound when we had guests over. I was known as the child that didn't speak. I'm still growing out of that shell but I've come a long way since then.
3. I pay more attention in classes where I'm not registered in. There's no pressure to have to study for tests and write essays. The thoughts of being graded makes learning less fun in my opinion.
4. I am selfless. I put everyone else ahead of me. I don't neccesarily see this has a positive thing because sometimes I end up hurting myself. I need to try to be more selfish perhaps?
5. I've never broken a bone, hence never had a cast. Does this mean I play life safe? Is it weird that I want to get a cast at least once in my lifetime?! I don't mind if it's just a finger lol.
6. The first time someone asked me "what's up" , I literally looked up and said "ceiling". Since then it has become my signature statement haha. To my defense though, I was still learning English.
7. In grade one, I was playing tag with friends and I was running so fast that when I turned corner, I slipped and fell on my face. I scraped my face on the pavement and it took weeks for my face to heal. Good thing it didn't leave a scar.